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Courier (Newspaper) - May 9, 1806, London, Middlesex FRIjDAY, may 9, 1806. . TV ir 7. '(�.:, THIS PRfiiSENT EVENING be .rcifoniied . A' ROJ/D STROKE KOK A �lFlr, With THE FORTY rilll-VES. , To-mnrro'v. The Hoi ey Moon, with The Korty Tliiuvt-s* THEATRE ROYAf., DRURY-LANE. Mr. J. H. DTiCVILLE'S NIGHT. R. D'EGVJLLE most respeafully informs tlie ot I'AUL AND VI KCil Nl A, 'to be. iieitbrined by of Mr. l):E�yt;l'.'s I'uiiils., posea uy Mr. Lj x.^ ; perfoiin thc.partoJ Crazy MONUMEN^TOF I.ORDHENNIKER. - .No.. 17, Ncwinaii-sireet, M;iy 9, 18 6. MR. BACON having completed a Memorial to the late Lord HE N N1K E R. tipoii a Scale too extensive to be E.xliibi'ed at the Royal Academy, requests the .honour of such Ladies, Noblemiu, and (Jentlenien'smtentibn to this Work as will favour him, hy ii'spedliUK it any Day from Monday next the to Saturday the 17th Insrartr, bot)> ii-cliisive; after wjiich i? will be imiiiediately removed, to Uoche.stsr Cathedral. N.U. It is particularly rciiu.=^stcd that no presents be mai.le to tlie Serv.mtSKr Tenants. nro be SOLD.-The next TURN or PRESEN-X 'I'A no N to a RK qTO R Y in the County of .Mortolk, rd the Vt-arly Value of 4001. or thercab.juts ; the prebunt IncuiTibent w'l.Vereof is about 6;/ Yearso{ Age. Further particulars ,may he hail of Mr. Carter, .No. 7. prof Mcsirs-v-.Tay lor and Browne, At- N.VriONAI, Ml).9IC. This Day is published,. adorned with an elcsiant and appr.> priate I'rjiiti.ipicci;, prict: 73.'6;l. OX'TINUATION of SUBSC[iI['-i of CAVIHKIDGE. t .f) ASELECTION of the most �dmireil anJ original i subscriptions aireidyreceivird CJERMAN WAL'rz:Eiss, Norfolk. Charie'S-idrMt,' ihe>ox'0�ite. SOCIETY 1-ORPRr)SECUTlNGFKLO>^S. H. C. Combe^ Escj, Aldirmjn, Nf. P. Presduiit. Sir Charles Price, Hart. Alderman, M; I'. Vice Presitlet^t. � Sir \Villiam CurtisVl'arlrAUlerman, M, 1'; 'I'reuMtrer. THE ANNUAL DINNER of this .Society AyiU be at the Crownand Anchor Tavern, intJvs Strand, on Wtdncjil.iy the t4ch instant. The PRESIDENT ill tlie Chair, � STEWARDS. �Wc�3rs.-W;^Chamberlin,^a9, Aylisbury street," Cldrkenwell. .TlmusChapman, 151, Fleet-street, '/rhomas Chatliam, H'8''s.''rfet-i Hlootnsbtiry. . . . 3r*>ph'0. De\vacl^^'j^4-tiridgewater-squAic. Benjamin Gi!gr�st^ 51 andji, Heet streer. ' Tharpas Greer, 9, Creed-lane, tudgatft-street. � John K-jy, Alders^alb-street. / : �Oaiiiel I^lswellin, 14, College-street, WQstaiiuster. Jolm l-loyd, 77, Snow-hill.  J'^'nss Smith, 156. CUcapside.' Diniit-r on Table af half past four o'clai.?cpre'.>i6e)y. T'cktts (iis.) tnay bfehadironi'theStewards,at the Secre-  �'� 'fiOAKD AND''r.f>IDGiN(>; WANTEP, for a WIDOW LzTDY,. In a. private FatiiiIy;~nOARi} and: LODClNC, tli;j ex- fWiin-tbwiv., , Letters addressedto A.B. atNo.t, Earl street, Blackfriair*, (the corner of Water-lane), will he rmmgrfijtelv attended t'\. tary^s s, and attlie lavem. S. S. I-UmT, jec. Warwick-court,-Groy'a-Inn, CREUltOKS OF] AMES M'tJOUAl-L. r-nHE Creditors and personal Representatives pt 1 uecea>ed Crahtors of J.^M ES.M'DOUALL, late r.t K^.th-Street.Marjbone, stone-mason, a bankrupt, whose T-bnetlive debts amoimtto ten poimds andup wards, are ds- room 01 tne iorini:l p!i;crs are DtMVn fen's, the Creiiltor.i of SMaUT /iRADLt; Y'T.-. .>y, Widow, iMteofCliatha'n, in the County of K-nt, Diatilltrand Wine Merchant, d^'ceajed, are forth-\vith to come in ami prove tiisir Debts before >S;.mucl Comp-toii Ccx, Esq. on.'of thi Masters of the said Court, at his Chambers in' f outhampton Uuildin);b, Chancery-lane, London ; or in iteiduU thereof they will be exclud;d the lienefit �>f tlie sa'd Decr.:e. npo: Officers, Merdtants, Captains of Ships.^Pri X vaieGeiitlemeni &C.-GAIMES, No. St. Paul's Church-yard, has a -Slock to supply any ordsrfor home or foreign demand, furni5hed from the only manufadlory in town of POR r'AULE Dl^.^KS, tHit contain a display of every article necessary to Writmi!, Dressiiiij, Drawing, &c. ready lor use. 'i'hey are of seasoned wooa, tried and approved for voyages, and by foreigners.. . He Iws Desks, with and without Copying Machines. The macliine, with an ea&y turn of ld, or long Leasehold Estaie.-;, wl..-e the paities have an: absolute inieest, aj-id on which (by reaijn of tlie pressure of the.time.iiitt, and (Ursnous of biVrfc\sihg temporary or periiiancnt Sums of Money, an.l possessed of aiiy assignable properly, that they liiay be supplied %vith any Sum on fair and eqiiitabU terms* by paying an. adequate Annuity fntefe-vt for the samJ. ,.'\s money rtill h? .itlvanctd to lUosiof known property, on thcit personal security. and ters (p;)st-p:iidj aiiivvtred without delay. thou not seen the blaming rose,-" Poetry by liosaMatikl 1; pr-ce IS. 6d. " Through every varied scene thv love," by 'J".' H. liuller, price is. " The stari'by faintly shine," pr'ce is. 6d. " The maid wilH Vje.i so blue," price IS. ()d. " The Patriot's 'Tear," written 0.1 .ih; d'-ath ot the RightHon. Win, Pitt, price is. Cd." Ah, love I timi is like the," prkc is; 'The Niin, price is. " Klyilie is the biid that wings the sky," price is. 6 I. .-^ Crliedioji of Oiiets, Canons, Catches, and Glses, selected and a ranged by :K')bert liroderipofliiisiol, price I2S. The above, and all publications m.iy be had :it IV'Icisrs. .Southwell's, Duke-street, I iverpool ; Mr. VVhiie, CJeorge-streeti liath ; Mr; Ho'lges, Clare-stieet, arid :Mr. Hing!", Park-street, Bristol  Mr. Edmunds, Worcester ; Mr. Burgeis, Ramigaie j Mr. Lowe, iJnimp Ollice, Ur.ion streei, I'irmingham j Mr- l-Iall, G loucester and Clivl-, , teiihain ; Mr. Kn iiiton,: York ; Mr; Piibrow, E^ietcr''; Mr. Mills, Portsmouth, ami at all .other MuiX Shops in England, ScoiLiiul, and Ireland. llroderip aiKl Wilkinson's Patent Piano Fortes, with addir tional keys, may seen as abpve. � ',ers-inal ;iV>p!icaitioiis >re d-uIy received by Messrs. I.iicas 1 Co. fit No. 2, .lames-street, Addphi, SttaDd-j and let- � �'^Mt'-OttTANT FACTS. AT1.L" tfte.objtifEions that have ejcis^tttTrgairrs* for-. wv.x Lotteries appear to have been rLtnoved by the l-iresent Scheme. Each day's Drawing will be nearly equal, and the number of jniies Avill be in the same proportion eveiy day from the to the l.ijt. 'There are Capital Prizes to.the amount ofnearly iio.oool. and tiie form iiion of the Srhe'Kie is such that a single lieKet tnay gainqj.oool. ; be-s-des which tli?re are up',vards of a thousand suuU Prizes more th-inus'.Tdl. 'The Wheel will go round on Monday next. 25, Cornhill, 52, Charing Cross, and St, Margaret's Hill, .  � Borough. HORNSBY. jand Coi respeif^fully acquaint their Friends and the Public, that the State Lotiery coin-mences Drs\vin;>stitution wilTnot iniertl-r?, as it professes to contain that winch, from the rime of their being put to press, ehher late on Saturday Night, or very early on Sunday Moining, they cannot possibly communicate. It will, tl'ere.'oie, in . per, St. John's College ]oli:i >ayer, Esq. Caius College - The Dean of Raphoe,'Tiinity - - Mr, H..VV. Seton,'Trinity College - Piof. Mainwaring, St. John's'.. - - Mr. H; Jowett - . - - . Mr. Lane, Queen's .Vir. J. Sl.-iue, Emanuel - Dr., Foster Pigott. King's - ' Lord iJurghersh, Trinity College - The.Deanof Sarmn . - - The Provost of Eton, Kind's - Mr. W. Sawbri.ige, Q'lesn's Mr. H. Sawbridge, Queen's Mr. H. B. Sawbridge, 'Tritv'tv Hall - Mr, Starkie, Catharine Hall' Mr. H'.irst, Clare Hall ' - - . Mr. Hohvjrthy, Ca us - ' - Mr. Snane, Pembroke - Mr. Pultoiu-y, Kiup.'s - .- - Mr. G. Bi!chaiutS,Jceii'* - -' - Mr. Kcrrick,; Magdalen - Mr. W; Gray,:Qu---en's - - - Mr. C. Carlyrjii, Per.ibruke . - - Mr. G.Co-jke, St. i^h;i's -. - Mr, \V. I.ucas, Caius Tlie Bishop fit Elphin, Christ's Mr. J, H. W. Williams, Clare Hnll ' -- / Mr. E. Norrhey, Bent't . - - Mr, J. Bentham, Catharine Hall � Mr.V/. PriiJe, Quee.Vs -v Mr.j.C>;ok,'rrimty College - : Mr. John Foster \ � - �-Dr. Kennel, King's - . Mr. J- W,dt!ai,'Trinity College - Mr. Morritt, St, John's - Mr. J. KevnoWs Wardale, GUre Hall ' -Mr. F. l.atward, St-John's - ' ll'r. J. Smith, king's - -' Mr. Metcalle, Chr'.s'i's - - Lord B-'rwick, Jesas - - Hon. W. Hill, |c-s,us - - Mr. G. Cordin, St John's - , - . Mr. T. iVi'ber, St. loliii's - - Mr. A B :l�'e-.. P.-mhroke - : Mr. R. t. P-ige, - - 20 t'i 5 ro 11 z' 3� 3 52 5 3 Xo S S 5 � : 5 3t 31 10 2i ', ^ 2 21 5 S s 3' I 5 o . 5. 5 10 10 10 lo jo j 10 s f 10 ' s; 5 �5' 5 lb, .'S 10 13 10 o to 12. I* o 5 5 h o I a 15 o o o o o o o o o , b o o o o o 6 o 6 �6 a o 'o o c� > S 10 5 S fa � i 5 5 s "i 5 o 5 5 31 10 t 3 30 o p o 6 o �$> o 0 o o a o o o 5 > 2 2 �2 2 rc 10 ? S 2a o 10 10 3 3 5 S 5 5 , 5 S 51 10 52 10 5 5 5 f 5 5 3 3 o o-. o 0 : 9 o ' o :0 o o o o o � "o � � o, o To al - L.7J94 12 o (f^ The Subscribers to thi Statue'of Mr. Pitt are re- T?6UND drowned on the Banks-ot the Thaipt-s, a JL-; Crayesend, in the County ot Kent, and now lies t.!'.ere,. Person who anpariiivily has lain a considerable time^in the "\V.iter j'by"ih'c 'parts of the dress rjr it, wnh sleeves ; -bajidana silk handkerchief round his nctk^ the- temams of " paifofbrates otr, -a'pair of-kerseymere brucchesi ttavrow nbb . -�wofsied'StocUngs.'.sfices-w'itb Btmigsi there were.foupd by him on tfie.bhore, sevcjikcys of ditterciu deacrjpHchs,- supposed to l.�%ve come troiti his "pocket  tlie Numbirs astoUow, 'itimptontheVing.v iooj-^tv78,; i, 99,.'tia',jiiq -r-Any Pcr- � >s^n toiwihoiti jpa^ belong^: 1* requested to apply toiMr. IES OE. HANK AND FASHION. TJJOW;M'ANi'8ol0>Pptenitcef�rLARiEft Head-' f Dresses, begito.infojrm them, that' he ha's'arranged - his business for.the;8pringJ and hiJ fmds that-hfc- can  this vear adhereto his stated'd^ys, viz, to; attend' th�t:Nobjiliiy iafi^'GSatry-attheJr :ojy�i-hq\ises,; on .'Tiiesdaysi Thursdays, - }an4'SptiitandrhishionSi be able with more precision to .-^VYethP:r*)rdcrs. JIis Patent. FulU0rfe�s Head-Dresses are Mits'year greatly Jmproy-ed^ those^he has lately madeiand is 'now'nj^kwgi'Setrfgtae:similesoJ' ihegiinwing llair, as now 'parted aivl'Ckii .by h^shion^ble hair-dressers. The undress H4lriwi*nb�:up'!a la Hupee, in,the-present stile. be corre�\'"imirattons ot --Matuie. I . ; > ' He-,.,... . .-. ^ EA,DY - MONEYc-'.Persons of llant or U,�A!\e}Pjbirt�jfli)j.flrthlJfWisi8'^ aiUliVrtSftha^its.oraricnBf busu "".WiiiiirtlarlyjaccpAMiiodftted in cvtry,��ure/vvay that can be. , SIEXT MONDAY.: SWIFT and Co. No. 11, Poultry, remind theij Friends and the Public, that the Drawing'of tlie present State Lottery will.commence on. Monday next, the iztb of May, when tjip first five Tidiets will be entitled to t)n5 Thousand ? '> '1/ ach, ii dependent of any , oth.T Prize, from zo;oool.'to_ i ,w1)ich may be drawn against them.- They also requesti e Public to observe, that the_ number of 1 ickets drawn ei h day will be nearly equal, which coin-nlffeiy obviaics'the i bjcdions that wcie made to the i.equa-iitv ct the"drawing* m the late Lotteries. As the whole ot the small P.rizesare fl.'>ating m the wheel, there must be the same proporii^od of them fio n the hrst day to the Jast ; and theretote u is evident, that 'Tickets cannot bs ohea|)er at any period thaiiatthe present ; on the coniiary, they will tn-cr^nsv'in price as i he drawing advances and they become scarce DN-MONDAY NEXT the Grand State Lottery will coimnence drawing.-The Scheme is rich beyond precedent, CoDtaimng Six Thousnnd Three Hundred and lour Prizes, frcm ail. to 25,0001. each, and only 2;,oao �1 ickets; the great already experienced is a proof thn -Tickets rnust-rise ; Messrs. DANIEL and Co. (Ute Jv lohnson and Co.) most respectfully mlorm their friends aiul' .the.pqhhc, that they ha've on sale a great variety of Tickets a-.W .shafts' al the present low prices, at their licensed State Lottery OiKce, No. 3, Pjpes-Hiiad Alley, Cornhill, Loii-^' dpn, where m the late and former Lotteries Capital Prizes tp. 'an immense amount have been sold and shared. . N'EXf; MONDAY, May 12, the St.vte Loj. TEKY will begin Drawing. ci'HKMK, , 4. ,0QO; :2D,P0(>' .:ifiooo, 10,000 J.00(j 2,000 2,803 130,100. i ....2 a .� 3-10 ro � � , 20 6,loo Prize of �25,000 2l>,000 � - 10,000 lr,000 500 luo s� .. si. is of neai ly 'T went) - FcUi I lours, which ha.-! existed fo/ so long a ttrics of years, will he'fillai up : in London, the Public will be enabled, in in st instances, to anticipate the contents of- tl)-i Monday Mornitri: Papcs; and the Consii'iiiion will aiF')rd toils Country Read-.;rs, partic'ularlv in Comi'ier-ciil and Ma:mt.iiliir!ng 'Towns, all ihe adviinti^es Of e.:rlier Intelligence, by ilic advance of one day, than tiicy liavv; hitherto had an ov-portiniity of enjoying. The Contentsof tlie French, iJulch, ad German. lou.-nals, an.l of ail the Fnrc/gn Miiils, sluill be j'.iven witli corr ctn*s�., and,.if time permit, in dciail ; and, wiih tint view; the Press will be kept open 10 the latest possible hi-ur. Gbir.-s-pondents have been p(i>vid'?d in all tite Principal Sci Port?, and the important I'oints along the Coast, ti transmit the Arrivals .1 Departures of Britis'i and Foreign Shipping of every Uescription ; to arlnouiiqu the Sticcessca of our GalL-inl Navy and to.send olf, wrth the quickest dispatch, , Accminisot the Enterprizes a-nd Preparations cf the Enemy. All-the Communications relative to these interesting t-)Mics, which may reach I.lojd's in the course of the day, wdl be given. Ill all theother branches of their tstablisliiuent, the Pnprietors content themselves with expressing an earnest hope, that the Constitution will not be lound inferior to any of Itscotemporary Journals. The Constitution will be printed on the best and larg-s paper used, containing twenty-tour columns sf matter, pro-jjerlV.arranged. No Advertss-mentsbotdermg, m the sl'ght-cs! t egree, on m 'elicacy, or tendng to iiiciease depravity of manners, will b-e admitted. -Published, Price E-ght Pence, at the Ollice.i, Golden Cross Coach Ottice, Charmg Cross, and No. 82, Fetter-Ime, Holborn ; to wl-nch places Orders, .-Advertisements, and Communications are requested to be transmitted to the Pio-prietors ; ai well as t) the Clerks ot the Roads, the Booksellers and Newsmen m Town and Coiintrv, '1 he Constitution will be sent trecio every part of the Onited Kiiignoin. MONEY itEADY t�. ADVANCE. ~ "Xy\7HEREAS many Ladies and Gentlemen expe-! V V rience very great pecuniary incpnvenicnce for want of Knowing some respettable channel through wnose medium tHfeymaybe accommodated with temporary or permanent SUMS of MONEY.  Messrs. H.^RRIS and Co. at the Annuity Bank, No. 5, SuilolkstrcotjCh.wing-crossj respectfully mturm the Nobili- 15,000 '1 fcktfts ' CAPITALS DLTERMIN.'VBLE.  Five First-drawn Tickets ist Day 1. i,ooDe^clv1,.�,noO Five Flttt-Drawn Tickets yl Day.: , i.Ojo eacli Vi�"0 '- t>4rst.Urawn Ditto . Ditto �  i � ... :. . . � ^ . 1 '''II : \i\ Mondayj 2il SiHurday yS. W^ifesdty ^tb .Monday, v ; DAYS Olf DRAWING. - , Mlyirl 6lh Wednesday . ' lyjay 17 ' '"-^ �^-.-'--'Jt . M.T|y i� Wth-Saturday -1 . 8th Tufsday I rpth 3;hursday lO.QCO 20,U00 �S,000 ^un^ 4 '� une 7 .luije, 10 June JuM !�: Thep'u'blle ate rtip^dlful'W "re^uestcdiio^obsflfverthii^ the; '^0.�f.':; ^ucstcdi to oIm inciTtber -Tjclfeti. .tiuwn each day will bp^i^arly equal, 5 .4 , , - 12 6 Quarter, - 5 4 o | ^^UteclUh, - 1 4 '6' ^' N -,B. T,hc present scheme contains rliore Pfizvti aud fewer BUiiUi th'ah any Lofttcry Ipr lilWiy years past." ::- Ings, or any certain 1 neonie lor Lite, may be supplied with Sums of Money to any amount, by paying an adequate Annuity Interest tor the same; redee^iable any time, at t,lveir own option; Personal applications will be received eveiy day, till 'Tliree o'Clock ; Kiid Letters trom Correspondents, in .Town or Countryj po'ai paid, imniediatcly answe^eil. "> . ESSENTIAL SALT of LE^:OTiS, For taking Iron M�ulds, Ink Spots,' Red WRie, and other Stains, out of Linen, Muslinj Lace, Ac. andfUHHnny ithet uses, as a substitute lor LeiJ|bti�., Price one ShiUmg the HAVING received i^itnnerotts complaints thqi Ctmipositions^soia unefcr the title of Salt of Lemons arenbi Mtly inetieeluai, bur that thry buni and destroy thj 4^nen�lr think It necessary,to. inform the'Public,, �h-ii my t|r4ia,F!i.s^n'i�l S.ilt of J.emon's is oniy to be had, Wlvolesalu ana'rciSiil, at my shop in Coukspur M'reet/aud that uoiie is toibetl^peiided upon as mine but wluuhas^my signntiire oix the bottom of cacU biwc, und ou the vpti^ideot the Wrapper- N,B The S.nlt of Lemons is pi�Kic�liajniyiho had, Uayleys's Sijowc hig nruns, ftr-t�i|Wg,||(;t(�5i cut yf Silk* Siuff,- WV.�lltn Clotli, ^ , -Cilian, Cambridge. All Comii-iuiiication^ upon this s'lbjtdl a-e to b? 3.ld'es.':e.l 10 the Rev. Joliii Brown, T?:i;:ty College,: vfho is Sjcretaty;' to liie.Comir.ittee.  � ~ ViCTUALLrNC:.OFFICE, May 2, iSoo. S ""KE Commissbners fir I'ijiualling His Mcu-s/j's X N.iiyi Jabeic'jY give >:,>t:ci:, tlutt en Thurstlay, u>j ly'-' hiiUNt, Eie-ven o'Cl'.ck firi!'u/^\,!n tie FortK^-S':, i eyii-:;/ be.really tu stii, 17 the 'ih^beu iiijut, Jt fi!s -^tjjeny'i Vlcntal. I~kg Fici)::se\ dt Depif'.rJ, su::,ity Lils of tbe'faU-juia^ Ptivir Bread, l-)i;st, Bru'i, ii.llNe-ouse Sweepings. Caes and Rai;-;, Te.'f, Pork, Sues, Pa, kiuj; Scraps, Empty 'Tierces and Triah ItajreN, Vi.;egar, Iljttjr, Butter Oreme, Slusii aiM ScrapinKS, Cheese, Sugar, New Board, Doublet, and Slab Ends, Wine Pipe, Brandy Piece, an.'l Rum Pu;>.che.>n Heads, Slaves of var-ous descriptions. Tight and Dry Head-ino;, Iron Hoops broken and bent, and worn out Coopers' Toah,'/ji/'Sf/'r M.tjulj's P'U-tuu.'lhig Fremists at Depf-i'd. A Uepi'.h of l^'pe'Ceiit. is lo te iaude upon iLfa-ncit':; cj c.tcb Lol M i^t time afS,i/c ; and if the remain.ier af the M-^:fy' i Kit fiitd,- and the P.triicul.irs t.thf'! i/T.-i.ti", lu/timg rTi-ewy /t.iys iift(rti.>srds, tL'e Depint -.luH it j;irjctitd, ,iid tue Gs^,!^ re-muin t'.'C property of the a liivii. The osbei Cond'.tiur.s m.ty be ^eeii, axd pr.iyHed Cj'ai:g:i!s r.-.y le bjd, a. tlx Setietjiy's Office. NAVV-OFFICE, April 31 i;So6. �"IT^HE Frhiapetl Oncers and Ctmmtisnncrs of X M-ye^ty's'Navy do hereby ^tie Sn:ur, t' en W eo- . DAY, r'V i^rf/ fj M.:y 'lext, .rr One e'Ch^-x, t'.ey'U'-.-i i>4 it\i.:v to tie tt "H'lth iuc/u pe- tens- us ni .y ie wming tc e-.Kn.nt Jar i'x;,.i-tni;^ in yje,ct.ints rjrds, -iWO CU'T THRi, oj 143 liuirbcn, irtiteiea-'.r.uts, IS ie Catvel B'li!:. Adraaght of f.vdtllers, iiilo a Jt;m if the Tender, may be ie^n lit ihit OJpce. * Ko Tender i;.'Uli>erece!i:edafter Tiielit o'Cick on.tbe djy af treaty, nor u':y tt'jlMd, umess the ^.11 ly, an ,igent Jn hm, atunds - _ . �  . THE Rev. WTLLL-VM 3ARGLA\"s i^Al'ENT: . AN'TIBI LiOUS I'l LLs. Tiie exclusive haleoi tma valuable medicine being ouaV vested ^teiy la tiii Rev. William Barclay, and those app umedbv him, the lurth^r saleot ihe Tills IS, in consequrlice.entnelv discontinued at the Ulaboratory, No. 3;. bedtoid-street, t^ovcnt-gardcn, and is now estahjished at tnc Rev. Wtllum Ita clay's Warehouse, Leicester-square; where the pubiie in*v bj-as�ufed �f themm their pure and genuine state. Mt. Kactiaid Bimic, N>i. 4, Chea,-'�s evei- coaip.)iin(i;d- gettii^T Horses into earlycoin^ition, and cleiinsinj^ ihem ttorn all V\ iiUer foulness/ vvitl\o�f we.�kehmg them W h-.'te the tiouhleol physicking tlieih]ns Widietl to be avoided, Mt, ;Mat>�i asssrtsVidiat Ins .Mterative Cottdition Powders, js. the haU'riozenv will b� Ibutid adimrably to a.iiwer this pui-posei producmg the triost parie,tt condition, vviihout tu'ubio, ut the loss ot a day's work. > " 1'heSe, with his otlwr celebrated Meilicines, for the varjiHS D*4,-ascs t>i-tLirses an � Dogs, aresoltl>as ab >ve, w.jfiiesa!� and retail, by Bnosey, 4; Broad-stttet, bxcnan^vJSf^'l-V.-tiiia son, Fleet-mniket j Banks, 132, >r. Mar�iA%vUti�',ri.>�,'' , "rifti i:r.iss ; Crisp; Cwfcspui-streer, P�l^f ' ton, .^>-.stnir, Du dm , W, South BrtJ- �'��ES-'S^-' -iiu4-Wittlef* Ml,tUs V,U'.try. ;